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most of their debates. >> greta: another topic, full disclosure, congressman paul ryan, rhines priebus, chair of the rnc is coming up, steve hayes on the show, the executive produce of "hannity," we're all owners of one share in the green bay packers. let's talk about the green bay packers. that's full disclosure. >> i brought two props to set the stage for all of our viewers. a nice green bay helmet. >> greta: signed by? >> brett favre. and a football signed by bart starr. >> greta: that is ellis the elephant? >> it's calista's character, whose new book comes out monday, "land of the pilgrim's pride." we knew that ellis who believes in doing the right thing would want to stand with the packers. >> greta: it's amazing how it's enraged the nation. it's sort of fun to have a topic that we can all sort of debate, be debris about, that doesn't have the consequences of something like libya or egypt. >> first of all, anybody who watched this play last night, it was unbelievable. and to have the nfl today come back and pretend it was the right decision was more unbelievable. my son-in-law is
the juneists and pundits were using the word "pivot." then the selection of paul ryan as vice president, and everyone described him as bold. that was another tip-off, that they're all listening to each other, not reaching their own conclusions, listening to the facts. they're lessening to each other. not everyone could come up with the same description. now everyone talks about double down. when everybody in the media starts using the same terms, it's an indication to me that nobody is doing any original thinking or original reporting. >> i agree with you, the journalists pay a lot of attention to each other as to what each other thinks. however i don't think there's anything wrong with. in other words, i think you have to reach your own judgments, but you have to be mindful as to what other people are thinking about things, and you ought to test your own view of things, own sense of things against what they're saying. that's not a bad thing to do. what's not a good thing to do is simply go along with everyone else is saying. you need an independent outlook. >> greta: brit, thank you. >
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